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Economic-mathematical modeling assessment of development institutions in the transformation of the social-economic structures in the countries of the Azov-Black Sea basin

Economic-mathematical modeling assessment of development institutions in the transformation of the social-economic structures in the countries of the Azov-Black Sea basin

Journal of Economic Regulation, , Vol. 5 (no. 4),
p. 69-74

The processes of globalization and regionalization, growing in the second half of the 20th century, led on the one hand to the increased international competition, and on the other hand to the formation of economic and political union of individual countries and territories. These trends appear as objective conditions for a change of strategy innovation policy, that is to abandon traditional methods of managing the economic potential of the territories and the transition to the new system of territorial and sectoral planning, in which the main factors of economic growth and development are not only innovation but also network forms of organization economic actors. As part of the transformation of social and economic structures, characterized by cyclic dynamics and defining new structure reproduction proportions of individual territories acquired urgency for new approaches to the management of the development of economic space, not only of individual countries and regions, but also economic associations with similar economic-geographic, social-cultural and genetic traits. The purpose of the paper is to develop an economic and mathematical model to determine the degree of influence in the institutions of the parameters of the territorial-industrial complex.


Keywords: социально-экономические уклады; страны Азово-Черноморского бассейна; экономическое пространство; кластеры; экономико-математическое моделирование

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